Mishkaki is Kiswahili for the East African version of "shish kebab" that is usually made of beef, goat or mutton meats and can served as nice tasting snack. To prepare the Mishkaki, the meat is marinated, put on a skewer and grilled over hot coals and served with pure lime juice, a bit of finely chopped pili pili, and salt.

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